Securing Industry, Roger Rogowski
There’s no doubt that the potential presence of counterfeit components is an occupational hazard in the grey market and, although many reputable grey market suppliers are doing an excellent job in ensuring their customers receive only genuine components, the incidence of report cases is significantly greater in the grey market.
Military & Aerospace Electronics, Christopher G. Cummins
HUNTSVILLE, Ala. – Earlier this month, it was reported that four intelligence agents representing a foreign power had been expelled from the Netherlands, having been caught outside the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) in The Hague.
Krebs on Security, Brian Krebs
Earlier this month I spoke at a cybersecurity conference in Albany, N.Y. alongside Tony Sager, senior vice president and chief evangelist at the Center for Internet Security and a former bug hunter at the U.S. National Security Agency. We talked at length about many issues, including supply chain security, and I asked Sager whether he’d heard anything about rumors that Supermicro — a high tech firm in San Jose, Calif. — had allegedly inserted hardware backdoors in technology sold to a number of American companies.
Electronics Sourcing Online, Victoria Kickham
Supply chain pressures continued into the fall, as businesses grappled with the ongoing global trade wars and impending tariff-related activity. Price increases are among the greatest concerns in the North American manufacturing sector, where raw material and component prices have been steadily increasing.